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This letter shows that Rene Caisse turned control of the formula over to Dr. Charles Brusch since the formula was not developed the way she had hoped. Respirin corporation failed to advance the research as promised. This left Dr. Charles Brusch the formula by default.
The most extensive research ever performed on essiac tea was conducted by Rene Caisse and Dr. Charles Brusch in Cambridge Massachusetts from 1959 to 1967.
Did you know? Caisse's name, spelled backwards is "Essiac." That is how the tea got it's name.
The research performed in Cambridge MA closely examined the properties of the original four herb formula and sought to improve upon it with the addition of four more herbs. This research resulted in a superior eight herb recipe which is the formula that Rene Caisse ultimately endorsed moving forward.
Our family lives 45 minutes from this research facility. We became friends with Dr. Brusch through a common friend named Arthur David. He is the one who referred our family to the essiac tea formula back in 1986. It worked so well us that we ended up referring many others to the formula. We also began holding weekly meetings for other essiac users.
By 1992 this group had become so large that it began to garner attention and was featured in an episode of "The Cathy Burnham Show." Following the release of this episode demand for essiac tea really ramped up!
Dr. Brusch knew that this increased demand combined with his advanced age meant that he needed to designate someone else who could continue providing essiac tea at the best price to as many people as possible.
The letter of authenticity shown above confirms his wishes to pass on the formula to us in order to carry on his mission. This is the very same mission that we carry on today. Read more about authentic essiac and how to tell the difference.
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